Chinese submarine halts in Colombo on way to Somalia

China today described as "common practice" one of its submarines using Colombo port in Sri Lanka as a halt on way to join the PLA's naval anti-piracy escort missions in Somalia.

Emphasis on indigenisation, says Navy Chief Admiral Dhowan

Strongly pitching for indigenisation of warships and submarines, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral R K Dhowan on Thursday said the future of Indian Navy is firmly anchored on indigenisation and the force has transformed from "Buyers Navy" to "Builder's Navy" after relentless efforts.

Defence Ministry scraps Rs 6000-cr tender for Light Utility Helicopters

Defence Ministry on Friday scrapped a scam-tainted tender worth over Rs 6,000 crore to procure 197 light utility helicopters for Army and Air Force to replace the vintage fleet of Cheetah and Chetak choppers used to move troops and equipment to high altitude locations like Siachen.

New system lets submarines see up through water`s surface

A submarine`s presence can be given away by its periscope protruding through the surface of the water, but a new system can allow an underwater camera to look up through the surface from below.

`Defence Ministry had warned PMO about poor conditions of submarines`

A day after two Indian officers on INS Sindhuratna submarine lost their lives in an accident, a confidential report by Defence Ministry has reportedly revealed that it had already warned the Prime Minister`s Office (PMO) about the poor conditions of several submarines.

I was firm on taking responsibility for naval mishaps: DK Joshi

A day after resigning as Navy Chief, Admiral DK Joshi on Thursday wrote to his colleagues, saying he was "firm" on taking responsibility for the mishaps that have taken place.

Met PM before accepting Admiral DK Joshi`s resignation as Navy Chief: AK Antony

A day after Indian Navy Chief Admiral DK Joshi resigned taking moral responsibility for a series of accidents that have hit naval vessels over the past few months, Defence Minister AK Antony said he was “sad about the whole development”.

INS Sindhuratna mishap: Two missing Naval officers found dead

Two naval officers were killed aboard accident-stricken submarine INS Sindhuratna, authorities confirmed.

After Navy Chief DK Joshi, Western Naval Commander Shekhar Sinha to resign?

After the sudden resignation of Admiral DK Joshi on Wednesday, Western Navy Commander Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha is likely to tender his resignation on Thursday.

Who will succeed Indian Navy Chief DK Joshi?

A day after Indian Navy chief Admiral DK Joshi tendered his resignation, the government is mulling over his successor.

China to sell Bangladesh two submarines

Bangladesh will buy two submarines worth $203.3 million from China to strengthen its navy, media reported.

China slams Japan defence spending plan

China has denounced Japan`s plans to boost military purchases, accusing it of playing up regional tensions as an "excuse" to ramp up defence spending.

`Bangladesh finalises deals with China for 2 submarines`

Bangladesh has finalised a deal to buy two submarines from China as part of its plans to develop a three-dimensional navy, according to a media report today.

INS Sindhurakshak mishap: Sabotage angle not ruled out, says Antony

Almost a week after the sinking of INS Sindhurakshak, Defence Minister AK Antony did not rule out sabotage angle in the Navy submarine accident.

INS Sindhurakshak: 4 bodies recovered, DNA test for identification

Two days after the tragic sinking of India’s frontline submarine INS Sindhurakshak , Navy divers, Friday, have managed to locate bodies of three of the 18 missing personnel.

Maharashtra celebrates I-Day against backdrop of naval tragedy

Maharashtra celebrated the 67th Independence Day in the shadow of Wednesday`s naval tragedy in which 18 sailors were feared killed.

Concern in Rajya Sabha over fire in submarine

Shiv Sena member Bharatkumar Raut and BJP member Chandan Mitra voiced concern over the fire onboard submarine Sindhurakshak at the naval dockyard in Mumbai.

INS Sindhurakshak tragedy: All crew members feared dead

An Indian Navy submarine, which underwent a major refit in Russia, was rocked by multiple explosions and engulfed in flames at a dockyard in Mumbai.

Antony confirms loss of lives in INS Sindhurakshak fire

Defence Minister AK Antony confirmed the deaths of Navy personnel in multiple explosions resulting in a major fire on board INS Sindhurakshak.

Submarine sinks after major blast, casualties feared

In a huge setback to the Indian Navy, a conventional submarine exploded after a fire on board and sank in the dockyard.

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